The Craft in America Study Center will conclude its three-part series of exhibitions focusing on the intersection of craft and food culture with Good Enough to Eat: Food as Medium for Craft.
The Craft in America website describes the show as "a chance to look at what we eat from an entirely fresh perspective." It continues:
In this age of food-centrism in popular culture, food is providing artists with endless inspiration thematically, physically, and symbolically. With palpable avant-garde spirit, each artist boldly looks beyond the confines of the establishment. They each find new inspiration in alternative materials that offer multi-sensory potential.
The exhibition opens to the public with a reception and will run through June 22.
The craft in America Study Center is open Thursday-Saturday, noon-6 p.m., and by appointment.